Theresa May’s back locks after bending over backwards for Trump

Theresa May bending over backwards looking up at tangerine head Trump
John Shafthauer

Theresa May has a very obvious plan for dealing with Donald Trump. Namely to bend over backwards for him. And also to bend further when he takes advantage of this. Which is:

EVERY.

FUCKING.

TIME.

The problem for May is the bending has finally gone too far.

She’ll be back

Thankfully, Trump didn’t notice. Primarily as he’s never seen the PM in any other position.

At a meeting earlier today, the president was seen resting his drinks on May’s stomach while shouting to Boris Johnson:

Hey Barry [sic], is she still your boss? Seriously? We call her ‘Mable’ at the White House! It’s like a cross between May and table! We have a lot of great goofs like that! You should come over and play some time!

May responded:

Very good, Mr President. Now, if we could move on to talking about-

May was interrupted at this point by Trump placing a golf ball in her mouth.

“Hey, Barry!” he shouted over at Boris. “Watch me make this drive!”

Invertebrate

We asked a doctor whether May will recover from this devastating back injury:

They should be able to snap her back into shape. She doesn’t actually have a spine, you see. Her body’s propped up by an old broom handle she got from the DUP.

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